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Search Aspect ( Back Dorset Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

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Dorset Terrace, no.45, rear view (Harehills)
Colour imageUndated. View of Back Dorset Terrace showing the rear of no. 45 Dorset Terrace, part of a row of red brick terraced houses. A washing line hangs across a small back yard enclosed by a brick wall. Photograph courtesy of Stephen Howden.
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Harehills Lane (Harehills) (1 comment)
Colour imageUndated. View of Harehills looking north. On the right are the red-painted premises of Cecil Jacobs, tailor, at number 223 Harehills Lane. The shop stands at the junction with Dorset Terrace, extreme right. At the other side of the building is Back Dorset Terrace. Red brick streets in the Milan's and the Luxor's can be seen on the left. In the background the former clothing factory of J.H. Elton & Co. (Leeds) Ltd, shirt manufacturers at number 175 Harehills Lane is visible.
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Harehills Lane, looking south (Harehills)
Colour imageUndated. Looking south along Harehills Lane. On the left is the junction with Back Dorset Terrace, then no.223, Cecil Jacobs, tailor. Next is the junction with Dorset Terrace, then no.225 the Dolly Tub launderette. On the right is a garage/petrol filling station followed by Kershaw & Co., Scientific Instrument Manufacturers and Precision Engineers. Taken around the 1970s. Photograph courtesy of Stephen Howden.
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Harehills Lane, near the junction of Back Dorset Terrace (Harehills)
Colour imageUndated. View of Harehills Lane, taken from near to the junction of Back Dorset Terrace, (left edge). The bay window, painted red, belongs to number 223 Harehills Lane, the premises of tailor, Cecil Jacobs. Next is the junction with Dorset Terrace. On the opposite side of Harehills Lane the large building is the Kershaw Rank Optics Factory at number 200. The firm made scientific instruments, specialising in fibre optic technology. Also seen is Discount Footwear, Troy's Garage and a Motorist's Supermarket.
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Harehills Lane, number 223, Cecil Jacobs, tailor (Harehills)
Colour imageUndated. Image show's the red brick premises of Cecil Jacob's, tailor, at number 223 Harehills Lane. The shop was situated between Back Dorset Terrace and Dorset Terrace opposite Back Milan Street. The stone-built houses on the right front, Dorset Terrace but back on to Back Sandhurst Road.
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